It’s time for Alabama’s AHSAA 2019 Super 7 state football championships
The 2019 Alabama High School Association (AHSAA) Super 7 State Football Championships at Jordan-Hare stadium on the campus of Auburn, Alabama takes place Dec. 4-6, and we can’t wait. Why? Because you’ll be able to see the best high school football teams in the state of Alabama—all in one great stadium!
It’s new. It’s improved. And Bham Now had to try it. Here’s why you need to stop right now and head to the nearest Jack’s around Birmingham for their new Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich. Read on to find out more.
One of Birmingham’s biggest assets is our diversity. When you hear about diversity at work, what comes to mind? A workshop? A training? The thing is, inclusion and diversity are–and should be–so much more than a single day or event. Encompass Health shared with us how they’re making inclusion and diversity a priority in their company, and the impact it’s having in their hospitals. Check it out.
In Jefferson County, Alabama, our local Meals on Wheels (MOW) Program delivers more than 1,100 meals per day, five days a week. Roughly 231,645 meals were delivered last year to every corner of the county. This year, the program is on track to serve 285,000 meals.
A husband and wife duo are bringing elevated Southern cuisine to the Hoover area. This new locally owned restaurant specializes in some of your favorite dishes. I’m warning you now! Stomach growling and mouth-watering may occur.
If you’re driving through Birmingham this holiday season, you may see that the local businesses have windows decked out in festive murals. Birmingham Art Crawl is celebrating another amazing year in the Magic City with its 5th annual “Deck the Ham” window mural contest.
You know paper come from trees, but have you ever wondered how? Fellow Bham Now producer Matthew Niblett and I had the chance to find out during a tour of Alabama River Cellulose (ARC), a Georgia-Pacific facility in Monroe County, Alabama. Here’s what us Birmingham boys discovered during our journey.
Do you really need that huge serving of chicken kabobs your coworker insisted you take home from the office holiday party? This season, instead of letting leftovers live rent free in the back of your fridge, consider donating them to Second Servings, a Junior League of Birmingham initiative.
The holiday season holds many traditions, but one that many look forward to is decorating—and eating!—cookies. If you’re looking to boost your frosting and sprinkle skills, or even just want to nibble on some sweet treats, check out these cookie decorating classes taking place in Birmingham this December.
The shopping season has begun, and it’s time to pick the perfect holiday gift. Fortunately, Birmingham has fantastic local shops like Four Corners Gallery to help you find something for everyone on your shopping list.
Ranging from photo restoration to custom framing, the team at Four Corners has everything you need to give a gift from the heart and stay on budget. Contact Four Corners Gallery today and put a personal touch on your holiday gifts this year.
You might have heard talk about ’native’ plants. But, what are they and more importantly, why should you care? We’re going to take a look at these questions in this first of a three part series. I invite you to come along with me to explore.
What better way to bring in the 2020s than by throwing it back to the 1920s? If you like flapper dresses and suspenders, make sure to come out to the Roaring 20s New Year’s Eve Party at Iron City on December 31. Make sure to get discounted tickets before December 10, using promo code: EARLYBIRD
Anyone who’s been paying attention to Birmingham over the past few years knows that the city is fast becoming a hub of startup activity. Even Forbes weighed in, wondering whether Birmingham will be the next Silicon Valley (probably not) or Austin (possibly). To introduce you to some of the local startups worth watching, we’ve decided to start a regular startup roundup.
We hope you’ll join us and let us know about others you’re watching. For this first installment, we decided to focus on local companies that can make your life better. Keep reading for all the details.